Tag Archives: Self Care

Forgive and Forget? by The Rev. Richard E. Sindall

The following article is written by The Reverend Richard E. Sindall and has been reprinted here with his permission. For more information, please visit his website at Faith Thinking Aloud. “I can forgive, but I can’t forget.” I hear that … Continue reading

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A Poem for Reflection

Ode to the Joyful Ones by Thomas Lux Shield your joyful ones. —from an Anglican prayer That they walk, even stumble, among us is reason to praise them, or protect them—even the sound of a lead slug dropped on a … Continue reading

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Changes in our World

Our discussion group talks about a lot of different things honestly and with tons of heart. We hope to address the seasons of the church year (Lent, Holy Week, Easter, etc), but often the world’s ways impact our conversation in … Continue reading

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Filling Our Cup

   “Simply be open and allow yourself to be held in the shelter of God. …Do not doubt your own spiritual experience.”    ~Joyce Rupp The past few weeks we have had a visit from a foster parent telling his … Continue reading

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